Scott, 49, died Sunday after a seven-year battle with cancer. The visitation was held in Raleigh, N.C., and according to the report Woods was joined by other athletes, including former University of North Carolina basketball player Phil Ford.
Scott was an anchor with ESPN since 1993, and he and Woods developed a friendship during Woods' rise through the professional ranks, including filming commercials together. Woods sent a tweet following Scott's death to address the loss:
Stuart wasn't covering heroes & champions, it was the other way around. Thinking of my friend & his daughters.— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) January 4, 2015